Cluj International Ceramics Biennale
International Ceramics Biennale with exhibitions, documentary films about ceramic art and a Symposium; all in Cluj-Napoca Romania
More info: www.clujceramicsbiennale.com
BIENNALE SELECTED ARTISTS EXHIBITION
October 9 - November 3. Opening on October 9 at 6 PM at Cluj Museum of Art (1st floor), 30 Unirii Square, Cluj-Napoca.
“Young artists. Ceramics-Glass” Exhibition October 10-28. Horeb Gallery, 4 Târnavelor Street, Cluj-Napoca
Expostudent-Ceramics October 10-28. Opening on October 10, 4.30 PM, 56 Dorobantilor Street, Cluj-Napoca.
Ceramic Process - The Art of Fire
Documentary films about ceramic art will show during October 9 - November 3 in the main Biennale exhibiton at the Cluj Museum of Art and and on October 14, 22 and 28 at the Casino Center for Urban Culture, Central Park, Cluj-Napoca.
International Symposium “Ceramic & Glass between Tradition and Contemporaneity”9th edition. October 8-9-10 at Cluj Museum of Art (2nd floor), 30 Unirii Square, Cluj-Napoca.
Ceramic Sculptures, International ExhibitionOctober 8-24. The I.A.G.A Gallery, 1 Victor Deleu Street, Cluj-Napoca
The profound changes in today's world have strongly influenced our search for an expended field of expression. Contemporary ceramic art, very sensitive to the change of artistic canons evolves towards an interdisciplinary and integrative strategy. The new concepts that are gaining ground attest a type of aesthetics with forms of expression specific to many other genres, the outcome being an ingenious and resourceful alchemy.
The 2nd edition of Cluj Ceramics Biennale will introduce the Romanian viewer to contemporary ceramic artists and contemporary practice in the field. The biennale will also get national and international institutions to work together with the aim of creating an environment for ceramics in the city of Cluj. The exhibitions and events will take place in October 2015. The organizer (Ceramart Foundation) thanks all it's supporting partners: Cluj Art Museum, University of Arts & Design, Cluj Fine Arts College and The Romanian Visual Artists Union